Hello! If you read my blog regularly (I say this all the time, but I hope you do!) then you may have seen my posts about the Magnitone Pulsar. If you didn’t, I’ll pop them down below (oooo, look at me, I sound like a YouTuber!).
In summary, I got the chance to trial and review the Magnitone Pulsar Cleansing Brush. It’s a cleansing device that looks like an oversized electric toothbrush, to put it simply – just don’t use it on your teeth!
“Magnitone Pulsar is a daily skin cleansing and toning system for face & body to effectively cleanse, refresh and stimulate your skin, helping to give it a wonderful natural youthful glow. Start seeing the results for yourself in just 7 days”.
After my week trial, I stopped using the Magnitone Pulsar as I was suffering from a bad case of hormones. As well as violent mood swings resulting in hot tempers or crying fits for hours on end, hormones can also affect your skin and how your skin reacts to things. For example, when it’s the time of month us ladies usually see breakouts in the chin and jaw area.
So when I was absolutely high as a kite on oestrogen (not on purpose mind – I had stopped taking the contraceptive pill and my body went redonk), I was so careful about what I used on my skin and avoided anything that could potentially upset it, including the Magnitone Pulsar. After my body calmed down, I began thinking about using the Pulsar again but I first decided to see what happened to my skin. Would it stay clear, firm and lifted?
I have noticed my skin has declined since I stopped using the Pulsar. When I was using the Pulsar I actually felt quite confident about my skin. It looked youthful and clear and it felt firmer and so smooth. Now, my skin has gone back to feeling saggy, looking dull and areas of congestion are building up again. I no longer feel good about my skin. Make up doesn’t sit right on my skin like it did when I was using the Pulsar.
One night, me and my mother were chatting about something and we both somehow said at the same time – “I need to start using the brush again”. I go on about it all the time, but my mother is the last person to believe in something like the Pulsar. She sleeps in her make up and uses sunbeds! When I stopped using the Pulsar, I hid it from my mum (I’m evil, I know) to see if she noticed any change in her skin, which she did. In her eloquent words – “I need to start using that brush again, my skin doesn’t feel nice like it did with that”.
From today I am slotting the Pulsar back into my skincare regime. I have to say I’m not looking forward to the purge stage again, but I shall keep you updated with my progress.
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